Federal cyber agency kicks off collaborative to defend the U.S. against cyberattacks
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, a leader for labor rights in Washington, dies at 72
Trumka served as the president of the labor group for more than a decade.
Jan. 6 select panel takes over House probe of Trump DOJ
The Oversight Committee's chair said in a statement that "we look forward to the Select Committee fully exposing the former president’s unconstitutional attacks on our democracy."
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Ind. Woman Allegedly Killed, Dismembered Husband Before Asking Their Children to Clean Crime Scene
Former Louisville Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Hitting Protester on the Back of the Head With a Baton During Breonna Taylor Protest
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White House fires back at Florida's GOP governor over handling of COVID surge
Canadian justice lawyer: US didn't mislead in Huawei arrest
75 House Democrats urge Biden to take immediate steps to close Guantanamo, calling the prison a 'fundamental betrayal' of US values
'No turning back:' Biden signs order targeting half of all vehicles sold in U.S. to be zero-emissions by 2030
Dixie Fire Burns Through Historic Greenville, Calif.
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US lawmakers urge Biden to shut Guantanamo prison
Edwards suggests broad COVID vaccine mandates after FDA approval
Police Chase Through Rush Hour Traffic in New York Injures 11 People, Hits 7 Cars
As climate change disrupts supply chains, American life is poised to change drastically
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'It's All Hands on Deck' as White House Pushes Vaccines Ahead of School Reopenings